Blue woven overshot pillow (top right) and green and blue rugs, dyed with (non-toxic) Greener Shades. Natural grey in foreground. All made by Kate from skeins of rug wool from Our Store. Five skeins to make a rug 96 by 127 cm (38 in x 50 in). Click on photo.
Steve Trapp of the Kingston Handloom, Weavers, and Spinners guild models his "Poor Boy Cap". Weaving (below) shows the lustrous sheen of natural grey and white. Skeins of wool (natural colour) are available at Our Store. Click Photo.
Warm, snug vest knit with love by Beth Fisher of Stone Spindle Farm for her father. The vest was made from skeins of yarn (natural grey) that can be purchased though Our Store page. Click photo.
Coq au vin a la Lincoln created by Dorothy Young of Kingston Fibre and Fabric Cooperative. Dorothy made this beautiful chicken sculpture by hand-dyeing and needle-felting rovings of wool (natural colour) from Our Store. Click on photo.
Chris Hall of Cake Tin Hats felted wool to create a stunning chapeau from skeins of wool (natural colour) from Our Store. Click photo to reach her blog.
Snug and fashionable sock knitted with hand-painted wool coloured with non-toxic Greener Shades dyes to warm up the coldest toes in a Canadian January. Skeins of yarn (solid colour) available from Our Store. Click on Photo.
Wrap, handwoven by Kate with skeins of yarn (hand painted) available at our store. Click on photo.
Poncho designed and woven by Dorothy Young of the Kingston Fabric and Fibre Cooperative from skeins of wool (natural colour) from Our Store. Click on photo. Close-up (below) shows weaving pattern.